Radisys Corporation announced that its chief technology officer Manish Singh has been
appointed to the executive board of The Femto Forum, an independent industry
and operator association that supports femtocell deployment worldwide.
The Femto Forum promotes the wide-scale adoption of small
cells and has 137 members, including 63 operators.
Radisys is a provider of innovative platforms, software and
services for next-generation communications, aerospace and defense networks.
In July 2011, Radisys completed the acquisition of
Continuous Computing, including the company’s highly regarded and enormously
successful Trillium wireless basestation software. Manish Singh, formerly part
of the Continuous Computing team, was appointed to the role of CTO at Radisys
upon closure of the acquisition.
Manish has been a tremendous advocate for the global
small cell industry since its very inception, and he is a strong and valuable
addition to the Executive Board,” said Simon Saunders, Femto Forum Chair.
The expertise, influence and vision of Manish will
support our continued growth and development as the mobile industry turns to
femtocells to handle rapid increases in data usage,” Saunders added.
The Femto Forum continues to play a significant role in
the development of the small cell industry, and it’s a privilege to join the
group’s Executive Board and support the ongoing work. The market for small
cells is growing all the time and we expect it to boom for both residential
applications and as a key tool for effective LTE deployment,” said Manish Singh
Small cells will be a major part of the Radisys
business. Radisys’ strength in ATCA systems, combined with the award winning Trillium
software, will support our continued innovation and the advancement and
broadening of our portfolio in femto and security gateways,” Singh added.
The Radisys Trillium software boasts over 50 small cell
customer wins in 3G and LTE, and is pre-integrated with the industry’s dominant
silicon suppliers, including Broadcom, Freescale, Intel, Mindspeed, Qualcomm,
Picochip and Texas Instruments.
Trillium protocol stack software empowers network
equipment providers and device manufacturers to develop reliable,
high-performance network elements for wireless and packet processing
Trillium protocol stack software features a proven
multi-threaded design that minimizes locking and optimizes performance in
today’s multi-core processing environments.
By Telecomlead.com Team